Joep Beving is a Dutch pianist and composer who has gained international acclaim for his captivating and deeply emotive musical compositions. Born on April 5, 1976, in Doetinchem, Netherlands, Beving's career as a musician began relatively late in life but has since skyrocketed to great heights.
After spending several years working in the advertising industry, Beving made the bold decision to leave his job and pursue his true passion for music. With no formal training in composition or piano playing, he embarked on a journey of self-discovery and creative expression that would ultimately lead him to become one of the most respected contemporary classical artists of our time.
Beving's musical style can be described as minimalistic and introspective. His compositions often feature delicate melodies played on a solo piano, creating an intimate atmosphere that allows listeners to immerse themselves fully in the emotions conveyed through his music. Influenced by iconic composers such as Erik Satie and Ludovico Einaudi, Beving's work resonates with a sense of tranquility and melancholy.
In 2015, Beving released his debut album "Solipsism" independently on Spotify. To his surprise, the album quickly gained traction and garnered millions of streams worldwide. This unexpected success caught the attention of Deutsche Grammophon, one of the most prestigious classical music labels globally. They re-released "Solipsism" in 2016 with additional tracks and it received critical acclaim from both critics and audiences alike.
Since then, Joep Beving has released several more albums under Deutsche Grammophon, including "Prehension" (2017) and "Henosis" (2019). Each album showcases Beving's growth as an artist while staying true to his signature sound. His compositions have been featured in numerous films, commercials, and television shows around the world, further cementing his status as a prominent figure in the contemporary classical music scene.
|Dec. 04, 23||Philharmonic Hall||Szczecin||PL|
|Dec. 05, 23||Zamek Culture Centre||Poznań||PL|
|Dec. 06, 23||National Polish Radio Concert Hall||Katowice||PL|
|Dec. 07, 23||Impart Centrum||Wrocław||PL|
|Apr. 17, 24||Kirche Neumünster||Zurich||CH|